Pimlico Turf Notes, Daily Racing Form, 1923-11-13


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PIMLICO TURF NOTES I George Phillips, acting for J. E. McMillen, claimed Aggravating Papa from Henry "Wat-erson for ,000. Roy "Waldron galloped the two-year-old filly Happy Thoughts after the jumping race this afternoon. George Phillips, acting for J. McMillen of Cleveland took the promising Friar Rock gelding Flintstone from J. E. Madden, when he claimed him out of the sixth race Saturday for ,000. Horses that changed hands via the claiming route on Saturday were: H. Stark took Fredi4cktown from the Greentree Stable for ,000, while Mrs. A. E. Alexandra took Overtake for ,800. "W. Cahill has arranged to turn out for the winter the T. "W. OBrien racers Reply and Shamrock. The former went down on its heels the last time out, while Shamrock was troubled with a weak tendon. The Xalapa Farm Stables fast filly Happy Thoughts will be shipped to Louisville, Ky., and start in the Kentucky Jockey Club Handicap, to be run there next Saturday. James McClelland will also go to Louisville. Tom Toher, the race track artist, has been commissioned to paint a picture in oil of that good mare My Dear for her owner, Fred Musante. Toher had on display at Pimlico this afternoon a picture of the Preakness winner Vigil.

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